This is an instruction booklet regarding how to make titles with Cine Kodak home movie cameras and how to edit the films. Published by the Eastman Kodak Company and date coded October, 1931.
It contains very important information regarding focusing and how to set up the camera to create spoken, descriptive, and intertitles.
If you plan on recreating this method please note that you will need a Neutral Density filter in front of the lens! Film stock back then was in the 4 to 8 ASA range. Modern film (as of 2016, the year of this upload) is 100 ASA and up.
You will need to cut down the light going into the camera with the ND filter and use a light meter to successfully shoot with these old Cine-Kodaks.
This booklet was scanned in color at 600 dpi and retouched by correcting the skew and contrast levels. Moire patterns were removed from the graphics one photo at a time. These files were combined into a PDF file that was used for this upload.
Over three hours was spent on making this booklet more easy on the eyes. Please do not remove the book mark.